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Catherine's newest stand-up show Burst debuted at the 2023 Melbourne International Comedy Festival and is now touring! Book your city below:
Hopes and dreams are like bubbles – eventually they burst and they don't pay the bills. Don't miss this fun and insightful show from a constantly disappointed yet incurable optimist. Catherine delivers a cracking hour* laughing at how our lives don't work out how we plan them. She blames Oprah, the OG influencer.
Please and Thank Yous
Catherine's show Please and Thank Yous toured Australia from 2019 - 2021, including sessions at Fringe at the Edge of the World (Hobart), the Melbourne Fringe Festival, the Adelaide Fringe Festival at the legendary Rhino Room and a limited season at the 2021 Melbourne International Comedy Festival in the curated Storyville venue
Photo: Matt Hofmann
Chronic Illness Spoonie
Body Acceptance Advocate
Lover of cheese and sloths
Photo: Rebekah Halls
'Natural charisma and hilarious observations in spades' - The Funny Tonne
'Fresh, witty and charming'
'Sassy, filthy and very funny'
- Upside Adelaide
Catherine McClintock wears many hats
on her objectively giant head: comedian,
nurse, mum, Canadian, body acceptance
and chronic illness advocate. She has a
weird autoimmune disease nobody can
pronounce called dermatomyositis.
Originally from Winnipeg, Canada,
Catherine got her comedy start
in Tasmania. A two-time RAW Comedy
State Finalist and now based in Melbourne, Catherine has performed throughout Australia supporting acts such as Claire Hooper, Judith Lucy and Ivan Aristeguieta. She has taken her silly with substance style of comedy to Canada and performed at The World Famous Comedy Store in Los Angeles.